(Prerequisite, PY100.) The course introduces the student to the research methods used in physiological psychology as well as the structure and functions of the nervous system. Selected topics in behavioral neuroscience such as the psychobiology of stress, motivation (e.g., food and water intake, sexual behavior), mental processes (e.g., learning and memory), sensory systems (e.g., vision, olfaction, audition), psychopharmacology, and complex psychological processes (e.g., schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, anxiety disorders) will be covered with special emphasis on the language, basic concepts, principles, methods, research findings, models, and theories of physiological psychology. Course designed for upper level undergraduate and graduate students.